Color & Control:


Nature-based play therapy

By Julie Blundon Nash

Using a theoretical basis for including nature in inclusive play therapy. It explores the histories of nature and play across cultures explains their intersection with current trends. The book also presents a prescriptive case conceptualization model and case studies.


Its considerate to be literate about religion

By Steven Cunningham and Susan Detwiler

A book of poems and prose aimed at readers of all ages. Cunningham explores the meaning of religion and secularism, and offers ways to become more religiously literate. The poems and illustrations are designed to engage readers and encourage them to learn more. 

Orange Hat Publishing


The Cerebral Palsy Stories

By The Special Father’s Network

These are 12 different fathers telling their personal stories. The podcasts cover a range of situations and conditions including cerebral palsy, dyslexia, addiction, and other rare conditions. You’ll also hear dads talk about the medical battles and the emotions of losing a child.

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